Blog

Living the Mornington Peninsula Dream

Living the Mornington Peninsula Dream

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 6/03/2020

Here on the Mornington Peninsula, we are known for our pristine beaches, epic coastlines and lush bushland, but what makes us so much more than a destination for spectacular natural scenery is the diverse array of individuals shaping the business innovation in region. Driven by a shared quest to create unique experiences for visitors far and wide, in this, the week of International Women’s Day, we connect with some of the incredible women integral to the entrepreneurship of this ever-evolving place. Five women reveal how they live and share the Mornington Peninsula experience.

Author: Allison
0 Comments
More ideas to fill 48 hours on the Mornington Peninsula

More ideas to fill 48 hours on the Mornington Peninsula

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 6/12/2019

In our previous articles we outlined where to go to get that perfect plate, taste or sip and some great activity ideas on the Mornington Peninsula.  There were loads of options of both the essential must-dos as well as some great hidden gems. But wait, there is more.

0 Comments
Our top 3 spring glamping and camping experiences

Our top 3 spring glamping and camping experiences

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 17/09/2019

With the spring sunshine on its way, now is the perfect time to book a quick little getaway to enjoy the warmer day (and starry nights) with some snuggly sleeping under canvas. Yep, think fun with a low environmental impact. You can bring your own tent for the traditional beachside camping, or choose bell tents and bunting pitched ready-for-you in picturesque locations where you don’t even need to bring a sleeping bag!

 

Read on we’ve picked 3 of our top spring camping and glamping experiences for you to explore!

Author: Ebony MPT
0 Comments
5 magnificent vineyard retreats

5 magnificent vineyard retreats

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 26/07/2019

The best way to experience the Mornington Peninsula is by staying, and with the region’s moderate cool climate, anytime of year is a great time to visit.  We’ve picked 5 of our favourite vineyard retreats set among the rolling hills of the hinterland and even better, you might just discover that they also happen to include some of the best food and wine experiences the Peninsula has to offer. 

With amazing winter escape packages available - what are you waiting for?  There’s still time to book your Mornington Peninsula winter escape.

Author: Allison
0 Comments
I AM the story of Woodman Estate

I AM the story of Woodman Estate

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 13/03/2019

Some places you can feel a sense of escape from the moment you arrive... and that's what happens when you venture up the winding driveway of Woodman Estate. If you look closely, there is more to this location than meets the eye. The backdrop to this fifty-acre exclusive retreat is a picturesque lake and bushland where the luxury country house retreat is well hidden away. You don't have to stay to enjoy the estate fare, or to pamper yourself at the wellness retreat, but you can if you want. 

0 Comments
RSS
1234
TOP